Orange became the second Spanish operator to announce LTE pricing in Spain, as both it and rival operator Vodafone Spain also cut mobile tariffs in an increasingly difficult competitive environment.
Netflix is courting families with a new page meant to promote its family-friendly content to existing and prospective subscribers.
YouTube partner Fullscreen said it has raised money from The Chernin Group, Comcast and WPP. The company didn't say how much money it rounded up or how much ownership it sold in the process.
DirecTV, which depends on wireline service providers for its broadband connections, is reportedly stepping up in the line of those queued to acquire broadband-dependent content provider Hulu.
By purchasing Hulu, DirecTV would gain a respectable web presence and a bunch of new tech-savvy customers who would transform the satellite provider from a downstream TV purveyor to a content provider. But there's a risk that DirecTV could become, instead, the broadband version of an MVNO.
IPTV has become a key ingredient for hotels internationally as part of an IP-based effort to entice and retain visitors in a competitive environment.
Netflix will get about 300 hours of original programming from DreamWorks Animation under a new agreement the two companies announced Monday.
Jeff Weber, president of content and advertising sales at AT&T--the driving force and public face of the U-verse IPTV business--is moving to a new position within the company, AT&T confirmed.
Premium prices for LTE services was the focus of two reports this week, as research by analysts at Citigroup for the Financial Times revealed mixed results for European operators in establishing a price premium over 3G. However, a report from Accenture indicated that users in emerging markets would be willing to pay more.
At The Cable Show this week, device makers and service providers seemed increasingly open to integrating online video and over-the-top TV services with their own video products. While the prospect that online video companies may get greater access to the cable set-top box is enticing, the online video industry should be wary of integrating too closely with pay-TV providers.